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It may be a lot easier than you thought. The decision to make a start is the first step, and research has shown (it really has, check the references), that change can start to happen once the decision to do something has been taken.

I do not limit coaching to a single session, of course, some clients prefer regular sessions. The key is that we make each session count, and many people say that it gives them a greater sense of control to be able to book individual sessions as and when they want to.

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A new approach to stress training

Traditional training – which usually follows a predictable format – is fine for information-based topics, so it is recommended to training on matters that are technical, administrative or procedural. Topics like stress, resilience and wellbeing, which are conceptual rather than technical and therefore involve a different type of mental engagement, are better imparted through interactions that involve ‘learning by doing’. Most training of course involves practical exercises, but these are often regarded with suspicion by attendees because they are inauthentic and ‘not the real thing’.
I have developed a new approach.

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When the Daily Grind Is Too Much

Chossing the right job can be a hit and miss affair, and even if you find it, the working environment can be tough and unpredictable.

If you are thinking of a change, maybe starting out on your own, I’d recommend it, but only if you are suited to it. Even when we go into something with our eyes open where we think we have anticipated everything, there will still be setbacks.

Self employment is great, but it is not for the faint-hearted.

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